Red carpet glowing skin secrets from two Hollywood moms.

Red Carpet Glowing Skin Secrets

With little teases of sporadic spring weather, we’re starting to panic (just a little) about how pale and pasty our skin will look when it’s finally time to wear a dress without tights. But we’re actually not that scared, because we’ve been saving these red carpet glowing skin secrets for a sunny day.

Fotor031010360The Quickest Fix: Jergens BB Body Perfecting Skin Cream
At the 2014 Golden Globes, Naomi Watts’ skin looked flawless in her skin baring champagne colored dress. Celebrity makeup artist Pati Dubroff used the new Jergens BB Body Perfecting Skin Cream, $12, on this Australian mom of two. This multitasking moisturizer immediately hydrates, illuminates, evens skin tone, firms skin and minimizes the appearance of imperfections. It goes on sheer and dries quickly, so you can get dressed and out the door in minutes. The best part about this moisturizer? It’s a drugstore buy.  Jergens offers two options, light and medium-deep, that works for all ranges of skin tone. Can you say good-bye pantyhose?



Fotor0310104442Most Real-Looking Fake Tan: St.Tropez Self Tan Bronzing Mousse
Didn’t Anna Gunn kill it this red carpet season? (Related Post: How Anna Gunn Looked So Incredibly Gorgeous On The Red Carpet). Not only was her Dior makeup gorgeous at the 2014 Golden Globes, but so was her glowing skin. Fiona Locke, skin finishing expert for St.Tropez, deserves all the credit. First, Fiona exfoliated Anna’s skin with St.Tropez Body Polish, $20. Then, she applied the St.Tropez Self Tan Bronzing Mousse, $32, using the Tan Applicator Mitt, $7,  blending it in to the skin very thoroughly. For once, a celebrity who didn’t look orange on the red carpet!

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